You CAN get pregnant from withdrawal bleeding.
You can get pregnant whether you have withdrawal bleeding or not.
The withdrawal method is not contraception, but the chances of pregnancy are very low at this stage in a woman's cycle.
Hi, Withdrawal bleeding will still occur even if you are pregnant. To determine if you're pregnancy quickly, you need to see your Doctor for a blood test. You must ask specifically for: Quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test.
You'll get pregnant if the man uses withdrawal WITHOUT a condom.
If a woman has a period, it is unlikely that she is pregnant; however, birth control is not 100% effective. The bleeding you have while on birth control is not actually a period; it is withdrawal bleeding, a reaction to lower hormones in the days you use a placebo pill. If you're having a typical withdrawal bleed, chances are low that you are pregnant. If you're pregnant, you will not have a normal withdrawal bleed. However you may experience brown vaginal bleeding or no bleeding at all. Even without the birth control pill, some pregnant women have bleeding (similar, but not equal, to a period) in the first month. This spotting is common, and doesn't mean that something is wrong with the pregnancy. But if you're having bleeding or spotting with a positive pregnancy test, contact your health care provider today. If you're having pain, bleeding, and a positive pregnancy test, go to the emergency room. Pregnancy with bleeding while on birth control is possible. First, birth control pills are not 100% effective and it is possible to become pregnant while on them. Second, bleeding during pregnancy is possible, but usually signals a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.
Hello, Spotting can be caused by many things, not just pregnancy. Spotting is caused by: * Pregnancy - Implantation bleeding. * Irregular period. * Hormonal imbalance. * Withdrawal bleeding. * Break-through bleeding while on Birth control. * Urinary tract infection. * Yeast infection.
Pregnancy on the IUD is unusual. Bleeding with the IUD is not a special sign of pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
It doesn't mean that. A woman who can be pregnant can be pregnant. A woman can have withdrawal bleeding for unrelated reasons. It's almost like asking why having blue eyes means you can still have brown hair.
If your not bleeding then your pregnant if you start bleeding in your pregnancy it's a miscarriage
Bleeding on the birth control pill is not a sign of pregnancy. Absent period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. if you think you might be pregnant, take a test.
Withdrawal method has the same risk of pregnancy as the non-withdrawal method. So yes you can be pregnant.
Unlikely - the bleeding probably was your period
This is a symptom of pregnancy, yes
Not very likely. But you should take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops.
Bloating and headaches and vaginal bleeding indicate a period or withdrawal bleeding, not pregnancy. The birth control pill normally makes the period lighter and shorter. If you missed pills, take a pregnancy test, but any amount of brown or red bleeding or spotting counts as a "period" on the pill.
Signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and absent period. Bleeding while on birth control is a common side effect. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
Forget it! You'll get pregnant!
you may be bleeding even if you are pregnant
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html If you are pregnant you should NOT be taking the pill. Taking and stopping the pill will cause you to have a withdrawal bleed but bleeding while pregnant may be caused by miscarriage. Go to ER.
If you are having a period, you are not pregnant. However many women confuse their periods with vaginal bleeding and vaginal bleeding can be a sign of pregnancy particularly in early pregnancy.
You should ask your doctor all pregnancy questions. Bleeding and pain may be caused by a miscarriage, if it's early in the pregnancy.